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Description of the Collection The papers appear to be those of James J. Brophy in his role as Academic Vice President of Illinois Institute of Technology from Feb. 1967-1975, and of Sidney Guralnick in his role of the university's provost from 1975-1982. This is a drop file-type collection of materials from various sources arranged alphabetically. s with 1970s materials. The names James J. Brophy and Sidney Guralnick appear most often. Note that the following materials predate Brophy's appointment as Academic VP and appear...
Description of the Collection Letters of condolence to Phillip D. and Malvina Armour on death of their son, Phillip D. Armour, Jr. mostly from companies doing business with Armour & Co., most on company letterheads. Small amount are from personal friends. Collection includes one unidentified photo (carte de visit) of woman in nurse's uniform; taken in England.
Overview This is the only known primary source document related to Armour Flats in IIT Archives.
Description of the Collection Records of Armour Mission, Chicago, IL, 1886-1934. The collection includes records concerning church congregation membership and programs, official publications, financial records, real estate materials, and artifacts. These materials represent the only known official records of Armour Mission, a non-sectarian Christian church congregation and quasi-settlement house on Chicago's South Side in the late 1800s.
Description of the Collection Thirty-two letters, mostly from Philip D. Armour, Sr. to Frank Miles who was apparently an agent of Armour & Co. The letters discuss Miles' travels to various Armour packing houses where he did inspections and set prices.
Description of the Collection Oversize printed materials and original art works related various activities of Illinois Institute of Technology. See inventory of items below. IIT Coat of Arms Ink and pigment on illustration board, 11 x 13" Monochrome print of "Dearborn Homes/Chicago Housing Authority/Loebl, Schlossman &amp; Bennett Architects &amp; Engineers" Dated Oct. 26, 1948. 18 x 22" Painting of Harold Leonard Stuart Building ...
- Name: Armour, Philip D. (Philip Danforth), 1832-1901 X
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